Make the Move to Spain
Why people choose to move to Spain:
So you have been dreaming about the Spanish lifestyle and thinking of making the move to Spain for a while? maybe you have holidayed there for many years or have family and friends that you visit there and now you have finally made the decision that it is your time to make the move to Spain. Check below some of the reasons that I love to live in Spain:
Are you enticed by the warm Mediterranean climate with 320 days of sunshine! Check out the weather in Malaga: https://www.bbc.com/weather/2514256
The relaxed outdoor lifestyle, and the healthy Mediterranean diet. The friendly Andalucian people with their joyous religious culture and numerous festivals. The stunning mountainous scenery, white villages and majestic cities, with long stretches of beautiful beaches. There are so many reasons why people decide to make the move to Spain. and it is not at all surprising.
If you are sporty then there are numerous activities to enjoy on the Costa Del Sol. Obviously Golf being one of the more popular sports as there are more than 100 golf courses in the Andalucia region. The climate, with guaranteed warm temperatures all year round, not to mention endless hours of sunshine, coupled with spectacularly located courses, often with mountain or sea views, makes this region a hugely popular choice for golfers from all over the world. Check out a list of the 66 courses in Malaga: http://www.andalucia.com/golf/courses-malaga.htm
Skiing in Sierra Nevada
If you ski then you cannot avoid Sierra Nevada in Granada just a 2 hour drive from Malaga: https://sierranevada.es/
Ski lifts – Information screens are now fitted to lifts, as well as at some of the lower stations and in the car park.
Tracks – The Department of Pistas has marked out a new route from the summit of Veleta to Pradollano, linking tracks on the south slope. Meanwhile a second route for mountain skiing has been created through Loma de Dilar, following popular demand.
Snow – A total of 33 new snow cannons can now produce the same amount of snow in half the time, meaning the environment benefits as well as skiers.
Food and drink – A new Domino’s Pizza restaurant at Ts Monachil and an extension and new San Miguel ‘tasting station’ at La Bodega in Pradollano make this one of the tastiest seasons ever.
Competitions – The Sierra Nevada will this year run around 30 events, including Snowrunning (snow mountain race), Potholes (freestyle), School (alpine skiing) and Veterans (alpine skiing). But perhaps the most exciting will be the Snowboardcross event, on March 6 and 7, 2020, featuring legendary athletes like Lucas Eguibar and Regino Hernandez.
Kitesurfing in Tarifa
And for those that love the sea and kite surfing, you must take a trip to Tarifa which is also 2 hours from Malaga. check out 11 reasons why you should visit Tarifa: http://bit.ly/2quqFfM
If sightseeing is your thing then you are spoilt with choice there are so many majestic cities to visit steeped in history with architectural buildings to explore.
Málaga is the second-most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth-largest in Spain. It lies on the Costa del Sol
Málaga’s history spans about 2,800 years, making it one of the oldest cities in Europe and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. According to most scholars, it was founded about 770 BC The archaeological remains and monuments from the Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christian eras make the historic center of the city an “open museum”, displaying its history of nearly 3,000 years.
The painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso, Hebrew poet and Jewish philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol and the actor Antonio Banderas were born in Málaga. The magnum opus of Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona, “Malagueña”, is named after the music of this region of Spain.
check out https://www.guidetomalaga.com/ for everything you need to know about Malaga City.
Ronda is the third most visited town in Southern Spain Ronda boasts one of the most extraordinary locations in Spain, sitting as it does each side of the 100 metre (328 foot) deep El Tajo gorge. There is some wonderful walking to be enjoyed in this spectacular cleft in the landscape: from the old town, a dramatic path takes you right down to the bottom of El Tajo, to the foot of the mighty “New Bridge” that spans the canyon.
Wine-making since Roman times
Ever since Roman times, the rugged scenery around Ronda has been used for wine-making. This part of Andalusia is called the Serrania de Ronda, and is particularly known for its delicious reds, although the region also produces whites and rosés. In May, boutique travel agency Toma & Coe launch their Wonderful Wine Weekends tours, which offer a superb insight into wine-making in Ronda.
Get your guide to Seville here: http://bit.ly/34TiEQk
Seville is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. It’s famous for flamenco dancing, particularly in its Triana neighbourhood. Major landmarks include the ornate Alcázar castle complex, built during the Moorish Almohad dynasty, and the 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza bullring. The Gothic Seville Cathedral is the site of Christopher Columbus’s tomb and a minaret turned bell tower, the Giralda.
Granada is a city in the region of Andalusia in southern Spain, on the mountainside of the Sierra Nevada. It is famous for its great examples of medieval architecture dating back to the occupation of the Moors, in particular, the Alhambra. This extensive fortress on a hill includes royal palaces, patios and reflecting pools of the Nasrid dynasty and fountains and orchards in the Generalife gardens. Visit the Alhambra: http://www.alhambra-patronato.es/
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